In most cases, you can eliminate the need for permission or fees by simply providing a link to the web page which contains the work instead of making copies of it. This includes online resources – such as hyperlinked articles, online books, and video recordings – available through the UNT library. (Please note: it is always safer and more preferable to link to the web page containing the work rather than linking directly to a work, such as an image or PDF, as linking directly to a work may confuse students as to ownership/authorship.)
You still have options!
Next, peruse outside sources for open access/public domain images, text, video, and audio at our Usable Works list.
Lastly, look to the technical details of copyright exceptions and defenses here to see if your intended use might fall within one of these safe harbors.